Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

K.1.105 (La Fontaine)


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 11:00 17:50 Miscellaneous, Python
Sunday 10:00 16:50 Community, Miscellaneous
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Python 3: 10 years later
Looking back at Python evolutions of the last 10 years
Surviving in an Open Source Niche: the Pythran case
a compiler for scientific kernels written in Python, six years later
Lift your Speed Limits with Cython
Fast native code for Python
Load testing web services at Mozilla with Molotov
http://molotov.readthedocs.io/
Configuration Revolution
Why it Needed 13 Years and How it Will be Done
IPC in 1-2-3
Everything you always wanted from a network, but were afraid to ask
Igniting the Open Hardware Ecosystem with RISC-V
SiFive's Freedom U500 is the World's First Linux-capable Open Source SoC Platform
Sunday Cyborg Teams
Training machines to be Open Source contributors
Running Android on the Mainline Graphics Stack Re-structuring a giant, ancient code-base for new platforms
Making LibreOffice work well everywhere.
OpenADx – xcelerate your Automated Driving development
Leveraging open collaboration and open source to accelerate development of Automated Driving
Why I forked my own project and my own company
ownCloud to Nextcloud
Sustainability of Open Source in International Development
A new approach from the United Nations Foundation
Love What You Do, Everyday!

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  Python 3: 10 years later
Looking back at Python evolutions of the last 10 years
Python 11:00 11:50
  Surviving in an Open Source Niche: the Pythran case
a compiler for scientific kernels written in Python, six years later
Python 12:00 12:50
  Lift your Speed Limits with Cython
Fast native code for Python
Python 13:00 13:50
  Load testing web services at Mozilla with Molotov
http://molotov.readthedocs.io/
Python 14:00 14:50
  Configuration Revolution
Why it Needed 13 Years and How it Will be Done
Miscellaneous 15:00 15:50
  IPC in 1-2-3
Everything you always wanted from a network, but were afraid to ask
Miscellaneous 16:00 16:50
  Igniting the Open Hardware Ecosystem with RISC-V
SiFive's Freedom U500 is the World's First Linux-capable Open Source SoC Platform
Miscellaneous 17:00 17:50

Sunday

  Cyborg Teams
Training machines to be Open Source contributors
Miscellaneous 10:00 10:50
  Running Android on the Mainline Graphics Stack Miscellaneous 11:00 11:30
  Re-structuring a giant, ancient code-base for new platforms
Making LibreOffice work well everywhere.
Miscellaneous 12:00 12:50
  OpenADx – xcelerate your Automated Driving development
Leveraging open collaboration and open source to accelerate development of Automated Driving
Community 13:00 13:50
  Why I forked my own project and my own company
ownCloud to Nextcloud
Community 14:00 14:50
  Sustainability of Open Source in International Development
A new approach from the United Nations Foundation
Community 15:00 15:50
  Love What You Do, Everyday! Community 16:00 16:50